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Positive Living
Table of Contents, April/May 2002

Positive Living magazine


"Fine Tuning" HIV Therapy
An illuminating report on the 9th Conference on Retroviruses
By Michael Linde


What About the Other War?
By Neil Stannard


She's Here for You
Got something on your mind? Give Pam Coleman a call
By Stacie Wade-Howard

A L S O  T H I S

Client Characteristics Emerge From Data
By Dr. Matt G. Mutchler

Medications Used in the Treatment of HIV

Women's Page


HIV Resources in the Los Angeles Area


A Brand-New Kimberly Howard
A report on dramatic changes in Kimberly Howard's life.
By Jennifer Ludlow


Diagnostic Disconnect
The medical vs. legal ramifications of your medical files
By Leslie F. Kline Capelle, Esq.

Children of the Epidemic
Remembering forgotten communities
By Angel Fabian

When Tension Rises
Hypertension: a silent killer epidemic
By Janelle L'Heureux, M.S., R.D.

Will Your Way to Better Health
Mind/body medicine
By Steven Solberg

Saving Lives With Your Recycled Meds
Save lives with your unused meds
By Stacie Wade-Howard


Easy Does It
The trend toward simpler HIV therapy regimens
By Ernie Rodriguez


No Offense
...And now, this important message about [    ]
By Paul Serchia

A N D   H I V

NOLP Opens in South L.A.
Accessing necessities of life services is now easier for APLA clients
By Stacie Wade-Howard


ADAP Helps Fill the Gaps
Watch for prescription drug caps
By Steve Berg


Which State Is "Meanest?"
For people who are poor, California is the pits, claims a new report
By Marlon Valdivia

Hunting for Housing?
Start your search on the Web
By Mark Oringer

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